Effective method to rejuvenate the skin
Photorejuvenation uses the IPL method (IPL – intensive pulsed light) and is based on selective photostimulation of collagen synthesis. Streams of IPL light are non-ablative, which means that they do not damage the surface of the skin. The procedure activates collagen production, tightens the skin, improves blood flow and skin complexion, narrows the pores.
The treatment produces good results when treating ageing skin or pigmented spots caused by excessive sunbathing. A few days after the treatment the unwanted pigmentation of the skin surfaces and peels off. We also recommend this procedure as an effective method of treating rosacea and couperose.
- Pigment spots
- Rosacea, couperose
- Ageing or loose skin
- Uneven complexion
- Superficial wrinkles
- Acne scars
As a result of photorejuvenation, the depth of the wrinkles reduces, the skin damaged by acne heals, pigmented spots reduce or disappear, and the redness of the cheeks becomes less visible. The treatment can be carried out on the face, neck and décolletage.
Good to know:
- Procedure cannot be done to tanned skin. Avoid sunbathing for two to four weeks before and after the treatment.
- After the treatment you may develop a light redness of the skin.
- Do not use self-tanning lotions for at least two weeks before and after the treatment.
- Do not go to sauna and swimming for 1 week after the treatment.
- Contraindicated during pregnancy and breast feeding.
- We provide treatments to under 18 year olds only with parental consent.
“Photorejuvenation is one of my clients’ favourite treatments. Many clients were quite sceptical about the treatment of, e.g., pigmented spots and couperose as they had tried numerous creams and procedures but in vain. But photorejuvenation always proves itself – based on my own experience I can say that in 99% of cases the treatment produces noticeable results.”